This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1803 edition. Excerpt: ... The fame wall sustains a monument, To the memory of William Berriman, D. D. rector of this parish 27 years, and 22 years a sellow of Eton college.
A learned divine, a judicious casuist, a celebrated writer, a vigilant pastor, an excellent preacher, an exemplary christian. Of unbiassed integrity, and inflexible resolution. He was born Sept. 24, 1688- married Mrs. Mary Hudson Nov. 17, 1724- departed this lise Feb. 5, 1749, aged 50- and was buried, by his owst direction, in the middle aile, . opposite this monument, in the fame grave with his beloved niece Mary Rupe, who died three months before him, in.
the 24th year of her age-. for her ingenuity, meekness, and Christian piety, deservedly esteemed by all who knew her. Close by her husbands grave was also interred the body of Mrs. M DEGREESry Berriman, who, after a virtuous and Christian, lise, concluded by an exemplary patience under a long and painful illness, resigned up her foul to God Sept. 14, 1761, aet. 66. The righteous shall be had in everlastiug remembrance* On the same wall, one Sacred to the memory of Mrs. Elizabeth Forsteen.. She died the 6th Feb. 1795, aged 77. Of manners mild, to all who knew her dear, The tender mother, best of friends, lies here--- Whose darling wish was comfort to impart, To chear the drooping, soothe the aching heart.
Candour and meekness shone in all she said: Peace blessd her lise, and smoothd her dying bed- Dearest of mothers, best of friends, farewell- May this plain stone a sons affection tell. Through lise, thy virtues were his joy and pride DEGREES In death his best example and his guide. Our social cares and hopes, alas! are oer- Thy love maternal chears this heart no more.! At the East end of the North aile is a brass, plate, representing..